ACG Governors Take on Washington D.C.

On Thursday, April 14th, over 45 ACG Governors met with over 250 members of Congress as part of the 2016 ACG Board of Governors Washington D.C. Fly-in.  The two themes ACG Governors focused on were the illogical and inconsistent policies of ...

ACG Governors in Washington D.C. Next Week

Whitfield L. Knapple, MD, FACG Chair, ACG National Affairs The ACG Board of Governors will be on Capitol Hill next week advocating for issues important to GI practices.  Congress and CMS consistently need to hear more about the difficulty in ...

What ACG Members Can Do to Help Stop Medicare Cuts

Carroll D. Koscheski, MD, FACG If you are a GI clinician and you haven’t signed this petition – recently proposed Medicare colonoscopy cuts could soon become reality. ACG and the joint societies are working together to fight these cuts—but ...

ACG and GI Societies Fighting Colonoscopy Pay Cuts

Carroll D. Koscheski, MD, FACG The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released the 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) proposed rule which, if finalized, would drastically cut reimbursement rates for colonoscopy ...

Join ACG in the Fight Against Medicare Colonoscopy Cuts: Sign This Petition Now

Medicare bureaucrats plan to cut doctors’ reimbursement for colonoscopy starting January 2016. The stakes are high for Medicare patients and public health.   TAKE ACTION: The American College of Gastroenterology is fighting on behalf of Medicare ...

Fight Medicare Colonoscopy Cuts: A “Playbook” for ACG Members

As you know, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) this month released the 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) proposed rule which, if finalized, would drastically cut reimbursement rates for colonoscopy and other lower ...